Electrified sand could explain Titan’s odd backward-facing dunes
Titan’s dunes seem to face the wrong wayLeah CraneBy Leah CraneThe laws of attraction rule Titan’s sands. Static electricity clumping up sand could explain the strange dunes on Saturn’s largest moon. Titan is a hazy moon with a thick, orange nitrogen atmosphere. Its poles are home to placid methane lakes, and its equatorial regions are covered with...
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